Events

Social Protection: Policies, Programs, and Evidence

29 August 2017 to 31 August 2017
Thailand

Designing and implementing social protection programs can be challenging to many countries. This training aims to help developing member countries (DMCs) address this diffculty by helping them build their knowledge base on approaches to social protection. It also gives them the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills on how to design social assistance programs, target beneficiaries using different modalities, and critically analyze the coverage, risks, depth, and targetting of social protection programs. 

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
29 Aug 2017 Session 1 Introduction and Objectives of the Course Keetie Roelen
29 Aug 2017 Session 1.2 Definitions of and Approaches to Social Protection Keetie Roelen
29 Aug 2017 Session 1.3 Regional Approaches to Social Protection Stephen Devereux
29 Aug 2017 Session 1.4 Social Assistance Instruments - The Toolkit Keetie Roelen
29 Aug 2017 Session 1.5 Group Exercise Stephen Devereux
29 Aug 2017 Session 1.6 Evidence of Social Assistance Keetie Roelen
29 Aug 2017 Highlights of the Training Workshop on Social Protection: Policies, Programs, and Evidence Highlights of Social Protection: Policies, Programs, and Evidence
This video presents scenes and messages taken from the workshop "Social Protection: Policies, Programs, and Evidence." It highlights the importance...
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
30 Aug 2017 Session 2.1: Recap of Day 1 Social Assistance Quiz Keetie Roelen, Stephen Devereux
30 Aug 2017 Session 2.2 Targeting Social Assistance Stephen Devereux
30 Aug 2017 Session 2.2: Targeting Social Assistance The Food Stamp Program: A Secret History of the First Targeted Benefit in Mongolia
Back in 2008, Mongolia suffered from the highest inflation rate in Asia, reaching up to 30%. This led to lower food quality, especially for ...
Wendy Walker
30 Aug 2017 Session 2.3: Targeting: Putting Theory into Practice (Exercise) Keetie Roelen
30 Aug 2017 Session 2.4 Delivering Social Assistance Stephen Devereux
30 Aug 2017 Session 2.5: Case Study Benazir Income Support Program - Pakistan
About 29% of Pakistan's population live below the poverty line, and many of them urgently need social assistance. In 2010, the parliament...
Munir Abro
30 Aug 2017 Session 2.6: Social Assistance Market Place Case study: Bolsa de Mae –Timor Leste Elsty Argalane Davidz-Morato
30 Aug 2017 Session 2.6: Social Assistance Market Place Case study: Child Grant –Nepal Shreejana Rajbhandari
30 Aug 2017 Session 2.6: Social Assistance Market Place Case study: Dibao –People’s Republic of China Jayati Nigam
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
31 Aug 2017 Session 3.1: Recap of Day 2 Social Assistance Alphabet Keetie Roelen, Stephen Devereux
31 Aug 2017 Session 3.2 Monitoring and Evaluation Keetie Roelen
31 Aug 2017 Session 3.3: Graduation Programs Case Study Testing the Graduation Approach in the Philippines
The graduation approach in social protection is a set of comprehensive interventions aiming to alleviate the plight of the poorest. It ...
Karin Schelzig
31 Aug 2017 Session 3.3: Graduation Programs Case Study Graduation Programs Stephen Devereux
31 Aug 2017 Session 3.4 The Social Protection Indicator
Measuring social protection enables us to monitor and evaluate the extent and effectiveness of  social protection programs. Moreover...
Sri Wening Handayani
31 Aug 2017 Session 3.5 Social Protection Systems and Financing Keetie Roelen, Stephen Devereux
31 Aug 2017 Session 3.6: Moving towards Social Protection Systems Group Exercise
31 Aug 2017 Session 3.7 Closing and Evaluation of Course

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